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life-threatening injuries. then about 20 minutes later, there was a shooting at 15th and natoma. that forced the closure of southbound 101 between cesar chavezage the 280 -- chavez and the 280 split. two people were wounded there. investigators think it may be gang-related. police are trying to figure out if the shootings are connected. an oakland teenager was six people shot in two separate incidents in san sentenced to ten years in juvenile detention for shooting francisco's mission district. the critical question police and killing his sister. are now trying to answer. the mayor-elect of oakland tells us her top concerns as 15-year-old mario toliver admitted to killing justice she gets ready to lead the toliver in their grandmother's apartment in january. city. >> reporter: there's fallout initial reports claim the two from the elections. had a fight over laundry. we're learning just how poor but toliver's attorney said an santa clara county performed when posting election results. investigation shows the shooting was accidental. also, why thanksgiving may toliver will receive therapy at be the best day for one type of a juvenile justice facility in the stockton aarea. if he does well, he could be holiday shopper. "mornings on 2" starts right released back to his family in as little as two years. now. san jose city councilman
same liccardo has declared victory in the close race for of all of the metropolitan mayor in san jose. areas statewide, santa clara his opponent, dave cortese, has county, the home of the silicon not conceded because of the large number of mail-in ballots that still have to be counted. valley, came in dead last when this came in how quickly the official outcome of this results were posted from hard-fought election to lead the bay area's biggest city, it precincts after the polls were may not be known until this closed. janine de la vega will join us with more on how the high-tech weekend. there's always a chance that, you know, those last few center was affected by a low- thousand ballots could all go in the other direction. tech problem. i would say it's still a little good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." too early to say for certain but it is looking very likely i'm tori campbell. >> i'm dave clark. let's talk about your that our next mayor will be sam weather and traffic. steve paulson is here. second verse, same as the liccardo. >> now, liccardo has a slight verse? >> there's not much change. lead, just over 51% of the it will be a little cooler today. yesterday, very warm. votes. cortese has 49%. there are areas of fog. about one third of the tens of la fayette is back in the picture. warm near the coast. thousands of mail-in ballots still have to be counted. yesterday, watson ville was 84. over in oakland, libby schaaf plans to make public gilroy, 84. santa cruz, 78. half moon bay, 77. safety her top priority as the monterey, 76. san francisco, 75. new mayor. not today. [ cheers ] reports of fog around daly
city, in the city and also now a little bit as we said around >> yesterday, oakland's mayor- elect got a rock star welcome la fayette. high clouds today. as she arrived at a news the fog won't last too long. conference at lake merritt. it's a sign of an onshore push. schaaf previously worked for former mayor jerry brown and has served three years on the it looks like by the weekend city council. she says that experience will sunny and warmer. our system is coming in falling help her tackle oakland's crime problems. schaaf says her plan goes far apart. behind hiring more police we had an easterly breeze yesterday. some of that fog is there. officers. >> absolutely we need more there's not a lot. police but we also need better overall, 50s on the policing. we need to invest in successful temperatures or 40s. much, much warmer than a couple intervention and prevention programs and also go after of days ago. still some 40s but not the low those root causes of crimes. 40s. they are mainly mid- to upper 40s. la fayette is in there, alamo, that's jobs, better wages. >> schaaf defeated 4 other danville. not much of a breeze. but there might be a slight candidates in a -- 14 other candidates in a rank-choice component to a westerly close race for mayor. to the coast. after the clouds clear, it will be in the morning and then a fellow city councilwoman lot of sunshine. high clouds, patchy fog, parts rebecca kaplan came in second. jean quan in third. of the coast. san francisco, a little bit last night, kaplan released a around. but anything inland will not last very long. a lot of 60s for some. statement, congratulating schaaf. her tweet said, i'm excited to pacifica, 66. partner with her on a wide they will cool off near the variety of ways to improve the coast. 70s, though. city that she and i both love. these are above average, for
well, silicon valley is the inland temperatures. sal, we finally had the fog high-tech center of the world. pop up. however, santa clara county had if you get reports of it, it's some low-tech problems when it comes to posting election there. >> it's funny you should say results. ktvu's janine de la vega tells that. there was a chp advisory for us the county came in dead heavy fog on state route 1 at last, janine, on election night daly city at 35. among california's metropolitan the chp says there's heavy fog in the area as well. areas. >> reporter: yes, dave. and i just spoke to the it's starting to appear a little bit. registrar of voters over the phone and she told me that she you should be aware of it. let's take a look at live is aware that santa clara pictures. >> the live picture of the bay county typically comes in last bridge toll plaza. when it comes to counting the it's backed up for a 25, 30- ballots on election night and minute delay. that's because of the way the traffic is moving along okay once you get on the bridge. system is set up. the county doesn't have remote it's about a 25-minute drive. technology the other counties the san mateo bridge, about 15- have where votes can be counted minute drive as you head out at the precincts. toward the foster city area. the precinct ballots must be driven to the registrar's i want to mention that we've had several reports of slow office here in san jose. the tabs need to be pulled off and then they are counted and traffic on highway 4 and getting to it. 680 is also slow through walnut scanned through the automatic mated machines here. creek. but 24 is moderate to oakland. only tiny mono county had a the time, 7:03. back to the desk. worse showing when it came to >> thank you.
we have breaking news. having election results. we're still following from berkeley. ther yerlt precinct ballots police activity happening right were completed by between 10:45 now. it's happening near california p.m. and 12:30 a.m. but santa clara county didn't street and alcatraz. earlier this morning, a little finish counting until 4:00 a.m. while ago, one viewer told us the registrar's office hasn't they heard loud noises in that updated their system since area, sounded like explosions. both berkeley police and east 2003. >> it would be nice to know who has won. bay regional parks police you see all of the precincts confirm they are responding to some kind of incident. and see on the news that you've but they haven't given us any already got other people information. we have no details. ktvu's tara moriarty is in the declared as winners. we're still waiting around. area now. she's trying to get more >> reporter: in san francisco, information. stay tuned. we'll bring you an update from there were also technical berkeley as soon as it becomes issues that caused delayed results from being posted online. there was a 75-minute gap available. between the first and second meantime, san francisco police investigating two late- updates on election night. night shootings where six the city's election chief tells people were shot. the chronicle high traffic from in the first incident, someone mobile devices caused problems opened fire at alabama and 23rd from an offsite server. streets. that was about 10:15 last here in santa clara county, the registrar says there's a night. four people were wounded. limited number of ballot counting systems on the market one was an innocent bystander. that are certified by the all of the victims have non- state. they are waiting for better technology to come out before investing in that. we're hoping to have more
answers on when that might be once the registrar's office opens up. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. thank you. 7:09. a new report is from a french website says one version. upcoming apple watch, it will be a really luxury item. i- generation says apple will make a gold version of the device. it's expected to have a price tag between $4,000 and $5,000. the stainless steel version, expected to go for about $500. the i lum number version will have a $350 price tag -- aluminum version will have a $350 price tag. all expected to be available next spring. a tiny sea otter pup found abandoned at a san mateo county beach is making big waves across the internet. very cute. this is video of the five-week- old pup at shed aqar yum in --
aquarium. now, the pup was discovered for a couple out by a walk in san mateo last month. they are giving it around-the- -clock care and teaching it how to be an otter. you can look at the full video of the otter's arrival on our ktvu facebook. apparently, it's doing so well. it started at only 2 pounds. now it's about 6 pounds. >> where would you keep it? >> i don't know. i like watching the video. very soft and fluffy. still ahead, there was gunfire at a bay area starbucks. coming up in 22 minutes, what happened outside this coffee shop that injured the security guard. in my kitchen, in front of mean and said i'm bringing your daughter home. >> making good on a promise. how authorities tracked down a cold kidnapper seen on this
surveillance video pushing a woman right off a sidewalk. >> we're still looking at slow traffic. we're noticed an interesting pattern for the last few weeks' commute. we'll let you know if it's happening today. sunny, mostly sunny toward the south bay. higher clouds to the north the a little bit of fog -- north. a little bit of fog popping up. we'll have the temperatures coming up. hey sweetie.
7:14. two and a half years after he disappeared, the body of 20th century fox executive gavin smith has been found in southern california. according to the l.a. times, hikers discovered the remains october 26th in a rule area of palmdale -- rural area of palmdale. the cause of death has not been determined. but a source close to the investigation says police are treating the case as a
homicide. smith was last seen in 2012 at a friend's home. his car was found nearly a year later inside a storage facility. police say it was connected to a convicted drug dealer. a woman seen in a shocking surveillance video being kidnapped on a philadelphia street, she's been found alive. carlesha freeland gaither was found last night outside of baltimore, maryland. her alleged kidnapper, devin barnes, he's in jail. police tracked him down from surveillance video. she has minor injuries. but otherwise she's okay and her family, they are thrilled to hear the good news. >> i knew my daughter was coming home. not a doubt in my mind. >> i got the phone call and they said, britney -- oh, my god. they said she's okay. i said mom! [laughter] >> miss gaither disappeared sunday night. police say she didn't know barnes. he is described by investigators as a very
dangerous predator whof was -- who was facing charges in another case. starbucks, maybe has egg on its face. they are apologizing and saying it will have egg nog lattes back in stores across the country for this holiday season. that's after customers used social media to complain that starbucks had dropped the seasonal specialty drink this year. starbucks says it was trying to simplify its expanding menu. it's offered egg nog latte the last 28 years. but many customers say egg nog latte is one of the favorite traditions. starbucks said all stores should have the specialty drink back on the menu the weekend before thanksgiving. are you -- >> i have to say, i would always go for the egg nog. >> you would. okay. >> it was good. but they have an interesting way of building up demand for it. >> that's true. >> taking it away and bringing it back. i'm demanding sal to come back in here. >> you know, if i ever had to gain weight really quickly, i would go on the egg nog diet.
egg nog all of the time. throw in a couple of cheeseburgers and here's done. but i don't have to that problem. let's take a look at the commute westbound. you can see coming up from the bay bridge, 25, 30 minutes' delay. we've noticed the heavy commute time between 7:00 and 9:00 in the last few weeks has become busier. everyone is on the road. sometimes it's been accident- related. a lot of it is just heavy volume. moving along to 880 northbound, this commute looks good. it starts to get busy around 8:00 getting into downtown oakland. the red sensors, you can see there is a lot of slow traffic from concord to walnut creek. just a little better than yesterday. 80 westbound. you can see traffic is moderate. we've had a couple of accidents eefnd noncommute direction. but if you are driving into berkeley, it will be on the slow side and your drive time is going to be about 25 minutes or so. 7:17. let's go to the weather center. here's steve.
a little change today. yesterday was sunshine and warm temperatures. it will still be mild to warm today. but had a little different twist. what would that be? there's patchy fog on the coast from daly city, also san francisco on parts of the san mateo coast. we have a couple reports of la fayette. that was two days ago. it looks like there's patchy fog forming. 57, 72 for san francisco. that's today's forecast. that's for mint hill. a nice e-mail from steve in san francisco that says what part of that city? well, that's the official reporting station for the national weather service. i realize temperatures in the city can vary greatly from neighborhood to neighborhood. things are rather uniform. 52, 66 is average. 83, 1991 the record. you can see the system coming in. any time they come in it's called positively tilting over. the gray, there is the fog. we'll be cooler by the coast after a very warm wednesday
with 70s for many. there will be more in the 60s today. i think a lot of this fog will get chewed up. we have a westerly breeze for some. not that much. there's a good system. it's bringing rain to vancouver, seattle and poermd. we're on the southern edge of it. there's some really heavy rain in southern texas. remains of a couple of tropical systems giving them a lot of rain. 20 bismarck. 36 minneapolis. omaha, 39. i mentioned this because the long-range models for next week drive a very cold dynamic system almost down well into the great lakes, the ohio valley and high pressure building over us again. it's been a pattern for 10, 11 months now. it looks like a he re- enforcement of that coming next week. 40s and 50s for -- for us. los altos hills, 57, low 50s for foster city and san mateo. a few high clouds in the morning. that will be it.
then we'll have mostly sunny skies. a slight cooldown by the coast. your weekend is looking sunny and warmer. it's a warm pattern for this time of year. it's also a dry pattern. there's no signs of any rain, minor cooling today into tomorrow. in fact, this is the computer model forecast. there's no fronts here visiting us. if they do, there's not much left of them. it's a dry pattern into the 16th. i would not do that a couple of years ago. i have a lot of faith in our long-range models. patchy fog, coast, san francisco. 70s here. 60s and 70s. slight cooldown by the water's edge. 70s, napa all the way up to st. helena. 73 in martinez. 75 an tip document. livermore -- antioch. livermore, 75. sunnyvale, 74. 60s on the coast. not the 70s from yesterday. we'll be 5, 6 degrees cooler over there. maybe 10 for some. 70s on the peninsula. a cooler on friday.
warm temperatures for the weekend. >> no rain? >> no. no. it looks amazingly cold in the great lakes okay. >> almost to northern florida. >> wow. >> doesn't do anything for us. >> no. 2 investigates uncovers how an apparent sweetheart deal nearly cost several merchants their business. owners of a flower shop and name salon signed up. the merchants didn't realize they were signing on with a second company to lease the credit card swiping equipment. when they tried to cancel, they were stuck paying for the hardware that cost a lot more than the actual device. >> we were in the market for another credit card processing company, and a guy came in here at the right time and was offering us the world. we would get rates like the big, you know, chain stores like walmart and target get.
it didn't down too good to be true. it sounded like, here's our answer. >> we examine the fine print on those contracts tonight at 10:00 and reveals why an attorney who tried to help, well, says his hands are tied. >> wow. all right. 7:21. get ready for another road delays and detours in san francisco. coming up in 23 minutes, the road improvement project that will affect hundreds of streets causing even more traffic headaches. ♪ tell me what you want ♪ what you really really want ♪ >> the spice girls are back. we'll tell you why they are making headlines most if you want to be my lover you have got to give 22 bucks!
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getting married in missouri. that's after a judge there ruled that the state's gay marriage ban is unconstitutional. that's similar to what other judges have ruled in other states. you are looking at video here of couples applying for marriage licenses in st. louis. missouri's attorney general has appealed the ruling to the state supreme court. for now, same-sex marriages can only happen in st. louis. this may extend statewide if the missouri supreme court upholds the ruling. all right. 7:26. this story will likely touch off debates among music lovers. what do you think is the catchiest song of all time? ♪ if you want to be my lover you gotta get with my friends ♪ >> researchers from the university of amsterdam teamed with a british museum and they determined that the 1996 spice girls hit "wanna be," tell meal
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shootings that happened just days apart. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> good morning. i'm dave clark. we're also talking about your weather and traffic. i went outside. i know we don't have rain. but it's a beautiful morning. >> it is. a little warmer than it has. fog, though, although cindy said no fog in redwood city. pablo sent me a nice shot from monterey. looked beautiful there. there are areas with the fog, mainly around daly city, south san francisco, parts of san francisco. high clouds today. but mild to warm. it will be cooler by the coast. yesterday, it was mid-70s upper 70s to near 80 for some. if you are in gilroy down there at the outlet mall, going, it's hot. it was. it was 84. higher clouds are thinning out. we'll have some in the morning. there will be some patchy fog kind of hanging around by the coast. there's really not much of a westerly breeze. but that fog will drop tomorrows around 5, 10 degrees. the higher elevations are mild.
los gatos, 57, fremont, 56. gilroy, down to 39 or 40, that's not even close. there will be a cooler pattern on friday. we'll take it right back up on the weekend. high clouds, patchy fog, a lot of 70s. a little cooler over by the water's edge. sal, so far, things seem to be good. any change? >> there is a little bit of a change. things are getting more crowded. this the heart of the morning commute. i want to start off with 880 northbound. you can see some bunching up after the coliseum heading up to high street. it says on the heavy side to at least fruitvale. if you are moving up to the bay bridge toll plaza, you will see about a 25, 30-minute delay. it's better than yesterday. but things are still kind of slow. once you get on the bridge, it looks okay. we have a problem on the peninsula, southbound 280 at black mountain road, there is a new crash. that is another bad day for 280. it's gonna be slow. not quite so bad in daly city but trust me, it will get there
as you drive down the peninsula. i also want to mention that in the south bay as we move town down here, 101, 85 and 280 are slow. but they are not as bad as they have been. still very slow on 280 especially. let's go back to the desk. >> thank you, sal. new developments in the story we first brought you at 6:30 this morning about police activity in the berkeley area. we just spoke with berkeley police who tell us they were serving a warrant in the neighborhood of california and har monday street early this morning. it was in connection with a homicide last week in the parking lot of a market near the berkeley marina. several people reported hearing loud noises. one person also reported hearing flash bang grenades. police have not confirmed that. police say they do not have a suspect in custody but were just getting evidence. a security gaurg is recovering after being shot
near a starbucks. alex savidge joining us live now to tell us what the guard did that led to a dangerous gun battle. good morning, alex. >> reporter: and dave, good morning to you. this was a dangerous shootout that played out in the middle of the afternoon right near this starbucks store. innocent bystanders everywhere, as you can imagine. a starbucks security guard -- excuse me, a security guard working near the store got involved in a heated dispute happening near the bus stop. the guard was shot. 911 calls reported gunfire at around 2:00 near the starbucks show and a shopping center on a street near west 18th. police say this all started when the security guard spotted an armed man pointing a gun at two other people near the shopping center. the guard pummed his gun and -- purged his gun and exchanged fire. during the shootout, the security guard was hit once in the arm but mees expected to fully recover. the man who was shot, the man
who shot the guard was found near the scene and taken into custody. one woman who lives close by said this shooting certainly makes her nervous. >> innocent bystanders, people coming home from work, trying to get some coffee. i know it's hard to talk it out. but come on, guns on buses, trying to kill people, it's not cool. it's getting more unsettling by the way. >> reporter: this was the second shooting near the same starbucks store just this week. on sunday, a woman was shot and wounded near the store although she is expected to be okay. police still piecing together the details of yesterday's shooting. it's unclear at this point what the initial dispute was all about that led to this gun battle but again, one person taken into custody and that security officer still recovering. we're live in antioch, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. 7:35. one person is being treated for serious injuries this morning after being hit by a car in san
francisco's north beach district. the crash happened at columbus and green streets just before 9:30 last night. police say the driver stayed at the scene. the victim was rushed to san francisco general hospital. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. a grief-tricken mother in livermore -- grief-stricken mother in livermore hopes someone can identify the truck driver in an accident that claimed her son's life. gina brown and her 20-year-old son cody were returning home last month after visiting sick relatives in las vegas. they were driving on interstate 5 near patterson when a tractor- trailer in the opposite direction broke an axle. a metal wheel rim ended up ricocheting through the canvas roof of brown's convertible. >> bam! i mean, loud. and i sat up thinking, you know, cody was gonna be awake. and i said, what was that? and i look over and -- his face
was gone. >> the truck driver never stopped. the chp has so far been unable to identify the driver. it's possible the truck driver didn't even know what happened. 7:36. south bay congressman mike honda, still has a lead in the hotly-contested congressional race against ro khanna. mike honda is leading 52% to 48% and has a 3900-vote lead. the 17th congressional district covers parts of alameda and santa clara counties. but there are still tens of thousands of mail-in ballots in both counties that still have to be counted. now, honda has not declared victory but his spokesman said it looks like the congressman will be elected to an eighth term. the challenger, would ro channa has not changed because
so many ballots still need to be counted. mail-in bal potts could determine the race between david chu and campos. chu has a 3,000-vote lead. whoever wins will take the place of outgoing assemblyman tom amiano. governor brown is talking about his next four years following his re-election. he says he's proud that he's been able to work with both democrats and republicans in sacramento. >> squabbling in sacramento is not inspiring. so to the extent that i can bring republicans and democrats along, i think that would be -- that will help build public confidence. >> the governor says the rest of the country could learn from california. he congratulated democrats and republicans here for working together to pass propositions 1 and 2. those propositions pave the way for new water storage and saving money for the state's rainy-day fund. if you feel that retailers keep on pressing the holiday
shopping season sooner and sooner, bell, you are right -- well, you are right and with online shopping become the norm, the sales are popping up sooner. brian flores is live in walnut creek to let us know when the prices will start dropping because that often inspires people to start buying. good morning brian. >> reporter: we're talking about one of your favorite topics, shopping. three weeks until thanksgiving. we're already talking about the holiday shopping season. we're live here in walnut creek where actually a few stores we've seen out here actually have some christmas merchandise already on display. but san jose-based adobe. they are probably best known for making the software for your pdf files the they have come out with a holiday shopping report and predict thanksgiving will be the best day to find the deals. they are saying on thanksgiving you will see an average discount of about 24% off for that day. you will start seeing sales on monday before thanksgiving but adobe predicting record sales
on thanksgiving day to the tune of 1.35 billion in consumer sending across the country. on average, a person will spend about $248 for gifts online this holiday season. analysts with adobe offer this advice -- >> if you wait to do your shopping in store and then go online, you will have missed the best prices. you also will probably encounter a lot of out of stock messages. we track that and we find that on black friday, online, we have two times more out of stock messages than on thanksgiving day. then we're into 5 x by that monday for out of stock. >> reporter: adobe analyzes that will be the most mobile shopping day of the year. with 39% online sales and purchases generated through your smartphone. that's up 21% from last year. now, some of the hot sellers this year, adobe predicts will be the newest iphone. a fitness track that tracks
your activity, called fit bits and legos will be hot sellers along with video games and , of course, anything and we mean anything, that has to do with the movie "frozen." it just won't seem to end. we're live here in walnut creek, brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >> seriously, never heard of fit bits? >> reporter: i had never heard of it before. i think i might want to get one. >> yeah. >> reporter: running a half marathon. >> you are a trained athlete. it helps track your steps. >> reporter: i wouldn't say trained but i'm getting there. [laughter] 7:414 -- 7:41. a violent night in the mission district. two people hurt in two separate shootings. but next an issue that's pitting parent against parent. the controversy surrounding sex ed classes at an east bay school into things are getting slower now in some commutes. although we're still seeing a little bit better than
7:44. an east bay man was arrested for killing his girlfriend on a trip to meet her family in austin, texas. prosecutors say 53-year-old joseph karr stashed his girlfriend, kelly turner, early saturday morning. turner flew all over the country as a flight attendant for southwest airlines. but was based out of oakland international airport and lived in alameda. family and friends say they are shocked by the tragedy.
>> trying to piece together, like was there something that i saw in him that i should have noticed more so that this could have been prevented. >> karr worked as an artist and welder for the studio bohemian black smith in emeryville and was known to post pictures of knives and swords on his facebook page. this is video from his website. he's being held on $2 million bail. a cal graduate who has been detained in east asia for two months hopes to meet tomorrow with u.s. state department officials in an effort to get free. 41-year-old stacy addison worked as a veterinarian for ten years. she quit her job to tour the world last year. well, she was arrested in the country of east temor when she shared a cab with a man who went up to pick up illegal drugs. she said she spent her birthday this week inside of a filthy jail. while she's getting support from family and friends, her
mother says this ordeal is a nightmare. parents at an east bay high school are speaking out about a sexered course. some parents at the high school in la fayette supported the program pat a meeting last night. others said an organization with ties to abortion should not be involved with a school -- curriculum. >> if you want to opt out, don't have them attend. but don't try to change it for the other 5,000 students in the district because of your beliefs. >> it's totally unnecessary. they have school nurses that can do the job. >> school officials say planned parent hood has consulted on the program for the past decade. officials say parents can choose to opt out of the course and that only one student has chosen to do so this school year. expect to see more road repair work in san francisco in the coming weeks. crews will be resurfacing
hundreds of city streets. this is according to the san francisco chronicle. they will be sealing cracks and then putting down a thin, protective layer on the existing asphalt. the work will continue through the end of the year. always frustrating when that happens. it would be smis to have smoother -- nice to have smoother roads. hey, sal, what's happening on the roads now? everybody behaving? >> try driving around san francisco, you will see it -- >> everywhere. >> let's take a look at the commute, we've had a little bit of a problem on 80. it's a 50-minute drive from the carquinez to the macarthur maze. the reason, because of an accident here in this area. it's gone. eastbound we had a crash. westbound traffic was slow and you will see a lot of slow traffic in the area. let's move along to a live
picture of the bay bridge toll plaza. that is backed up pretty big backup there. i also want to mention the traffic is slow on the nimitz freeway which is -- 238 seems to be the starting point. northbound, it's slow southbound from 238 going down to fremont, northbound from 2378 in pockets all the way -- 238 in pockets all the way down in oakland. let's go to steve. we have a couple of reports, observers said there's no fog in daly city. but another observer said it is foggy there. i believe both of them. there are pockets of it. kind of retreats off the coast. there's a little bit in san francisco. yesterday had a pretty good offshore breeze. the coast was up, up. watsonville, 84 degrees. santa cruz, 78. half moon bay was 77. i remember yesterday. i -- they went from about 48 to about 68 between 4:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. and that was the sign of that
easterly breeze kicking in. monterey, 76 and officially in san francisco, 75. i think i saw 68 oaks beach and 67 at point reyes lighthouse. pretty mild for this time of year. 57, 72 the forecast high today. those are both above average for this time of year in san francisco. 52, 66 is what they should be. reporting, 45, 1919. the record low in 83 in 1991, the record high. another ho-hum system just falling apart. just a weak little system dragging across a few high clouds. it did increase the low cloud deck. that's why the coast will be cooler today. you can see that below the high cloud deck. the reason i'm showing you the national picture, next week all signs point towards a very cold and dynamic system setting up in the northern plains and great lakes with its impact going almost down to northern florida and will head to the northeast which in turn means if something is going that deep, there must be a high- pressure ridge over us.
a pattern very -- i mean, just eerie how similar it is to what we've seen all year long. remember, everything turned on a dime once we got to january. 37 reno. 33 lake tahoe. 18 days of record high january thch year. remember that? 52 monterey. 48 in ukiah. some 40s. here but a lot more 50s. sfo, 57. 55 half moon bay even with the fog, they will be on the mild side but not as warm as yesterday. we had upper 30s, 40s towards the north bay up in the lake county. today it's more 40s and 50s. calistoga 51. petaluma, 47. the higher clouds will clear out. it will be mostly sunny. if you are by the coast, it will be cooler. it's a warm pattern. it's above average. it's also a very dry pattern. there's no hint of any rain. one forecast model is leaning on something for next week. it backed off. dry pattern looks to be in the 15th or 16th as everything will go east of us. we'll have plenty to talk about for those folks. for us, it will be quiet and
warm. there's nothing on the way. high clouds, patchy fog. parts of the coast in the city. i don't think it will last too long. mainly sunny. clearlake, 75. novato, 73. santa rosa, 74. name, 74. vallejo, benicia, 72. 75 out to antioch. 74 pittsburg. 73 martinez. shot out to ethel -- shout out to ethel in martinez. >> all right, ethel! >> why don't you mention martinez? i just did. 76 morgan hill. 80 gilroy. 60s on the coast. overall, we do get cooler pattern on friday and then back to sunshine and warm temperatures. >> sunshine oplenty. >> sunshine oplenty. >> severe clear. >> okay. it is nine minutes before
an april people hearing on ray rice's indefinite suspension from the nfl continues today. roger goodell testified for more than two hours yesterday. this is rice and his wife. they are expected to testify separately today. rice was suspended for two games but that was changed to an indefinite suspension after new video surfaced of rice punching his then-feeian sarah palin -- his then-fiance. rice says he was charged twice.
president obama wants congress to spend more than $6 billion in emergency money to fight ebola in west africa and here in the u.s. that request includes 4.5 billion for new clinics and also to help develop drugs and vaccines to battle ebola in west africa. money would be used to establish 50 ebola centers in the u.s. and improve the monitoring of passengers at u.s. airports. 1.5billion would be set aside in the contingency fund. house speaker john boehner says he's reviewing the president's request. a bay area biotech company trying to raise money for a new ebola vaccine. researchers at vaxart say they are working on a vaccine that comes in a pill form and it would not have to be refrigerated. >> we have no needles, which really removes an important piece of the puzzle, handling needles, needle injuries. those kind of things.
and our tablets can be held at room temperature. >> now, jackie speier of san mateo toured the lab yesterday. officials at vaxart hope to start human trials early next year. the ebola outbreak has sickened more than 13,000 people. it's killed close to 5,000. mostly in the west african countries of liberia, sierra leone and guinea. back here at home former officer albert pardinii will take over as the east palo alto police department next wednesday. the announce comes after east palo alto's former chief, ron davis, was appointed last year to a position with the department of justice. officials say pardini is a 32- year veteran of the san francisco police department. he served as the interim chief of police in 2010. an argument over a screaming child at a colma department store ended in a violent confrontation. and now ktvu has obtained
surveillance video which shows a woman in a red outfit walking up to another woman and knocking her to the ground. this is in the parking lot of a nordstrom rack shore store. the victim said she was shopping on monday when she told the other woman to quiet her screaming child. they exchanged words followed by the attack outside. police are asking witnesses to come forward. a big story today. six people shot last night in san francisco's mission district in two separate shootings is being investigated. coming up for you at 8:00, the new information we just got in within the past 30 minutes. >> reporter: election results in the south bay came in at a snail's pace. what we're learning about the ballot-counting process. good morning. right now on the san mateo bridge, traffic is moderately heavy, heading out to the high wise. it's a drive pattern for us. a change today compared to
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santa clara county came in dead last in posting the election results. now, ktvu's janine de la vega is out there now. she'll be here in about seven minutes. she will tell you what the registrar's office is saying about how the world's high-tech center was affected by a low- tech problem. very interesting. welcome back to "mornings on 2." thursday, november 6th. i'm dave clark. i'm tori campbell. quick look at weather and traffic. steve, it's feeling more summerlike in some cases than fall here. >> very similar to what we've had this entire year. i'm getting a lot of notes from people. should i worry yet? if i'm not worried, why should you? we're very early in the season. i know what you are thinking and saying. it's been a pattern that's been stuck for a long time. they are saying just the opposite. in the great lakes, my goodness, here we go again with another cold pattern. high clouds today for us. it will be a sunny and warm weekend. the higher clouds associated with a dying front. i mean, i use that term mostly
because there's not much left to it. it did give an increase to the coastal fog. some of it seems to move around. 50s on the temperatures. 60 at sfo. 57 half moon bay. even though they do have a little component of a northwest breeze, yesterday it was mainly offshore. 55 orinda, 50s for many. san ramon, 51. alamo, 49. we're recovering pretty fast. south at sfo, east at hayward, a little northwest at half moon bay. i mean there's not much of a breeze. it's a variable. the system will move out. it will get out of the picture here quick. we'll have mostly sunny skies. i will mention a few high clouds and patchy fog but another nice day with the temperatures in the 70s for many. a little cooler, though, over by the beaches today. sal, i haven't heard too much so far, the usual bunching up. but anything changing? >> we have a couple of trouble spots, we've had traffic that's just a little better than yesterday. it's getting heavy. right now we're looking at 280. for example, 280, not too bad
right now as you drive up to highway 17. yesterday, it was much worse but the traffic is going to be busy. i want to focus on a problem in san francisco in the marina district. this problem with a crash, lombard and van ness. should be causing some slow traffic on both lombard and van ness. fortunately, it's not causing as big of a traffic jam as we thought. but it's a good area for you to avoid on lombard and van ness. also move to the east bay, oakland. a lot of slow traffic on 580 from san leandro and also on 880 heading up north. when you get to the bay bridge toll plaza, it is backed under for about a 30-minute drive into san francisco. it's 8:02. back to the desk. we have new details about two late night shootings in san francisco that injured a toteal of six people. in the first incident, someone opened fire at alabama and 23rd streets at 10:15 last night. four people were wounded, including an innocent bystander. and we just learned police have
arrested three people in connection with that shooting. the other shooting happened at 11:00 p.m. at 15th and atoma street. the investigation forced the closure of southbound 101. that's where you see all of the traffic here. that was between cesar chavez onramp and the 280 split. two people were standing in front of a building when two gunmen approached and started shooting. the victims were taken to the hospital and are reported to be in stable condition. there's also a report that stray bullets went into a nearby home but no one was injured. two suspects have been arrested in this case. 8:03. turning now to tower election coverage -- to our election coverage. simly convalley is the high- tech center of the world. but santa clara had low-tech problems when it comes to posting results from the election. ktvu's jag janine de la vega -- janine de la vega, joining us nows. the county came in last on the
reporting. >> reporter: the registrar told me that the county has not upgraded their system since 2003. they don't have counting machines at the precincts and that would have sped things up. now, the precinct ballots must be driven to the registrar's office, opened, the tabs need to be pulled off and and -- counted and scans. only tiny moma county had a worse reporting. santa clara county didn't finish counting until 4:00 a.m. the registrar says there's a limited number of ballot counting systems on the market that are certified by the state. and they are waiting for better technology to buy some before investing in them. >> with the amount of technology that we have in santa clara county it's a little bit surprising that we
have to hand-deliver everything rather than automation. >> reporter: in san francisco, there were also technical issues that caused delayed results from being posted online. there was a 75-minute gap between the first and second updates on election night. the city's election chief tells the chronicle high traffic from mobile devices caused problems from an offsiter isver and here there are still tens of thousands of absentee ballots that need to be counted which could make a difference in a close race like the one for the san jose mayor. reporting live in san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. and speaking of that race, city councilman sam liccardo has declared victory in the very close race for mayor in san jose but his opponent, supervisor, dave cortese, refuses to concede due to the large number of mail-in ballots that still need to be counted. and the official outcome of the hard-fought election to lead the largest city might not be
known until this weekend. >> there's always a chance that, you know, those last few thousand ballots could all go in the other direction. i would say it's still a little too early to say for certain but it is looking very likely that our next mayor will be sam liccardo. >> liccardo maintains a slight lead with just over 51% of the vote. cortese has 49%. about one-third of the tens of thousands of mail-in ballots still have to be counted. 8:06. in oakland, libby schaaf said she will make public safety her top priority as oakland's new mayor. [ cheers ] >> yesterday, oakland's mayor- elect got a rock star welcome. she arrived at this news conference at lake merritt. schaaf previously worked for former mayor jerry brown and served three years on city council. she says that experience, it will help her tackle oakland's crime problem. she says her plan goes far
beyond hiring more police officers. >> absolutely, we need more police. but we also need better policing. we need to invest in successful intervention and prevention programs and also go after those root causes of crime. that's jobs better wages. >> now, libby schaaf defeated 14 other candidates in a rank choice race for mayor. question beck kag kaplan came -- rebecca kaplan came in second. jean quan came in third. last nightcap lan released a statement congratulating schaaf. her tweet said, i'm excited to partner with her on a wide variety of ways to this city that we all love. the alameda rege slar's office is dealing with a huge
number of mail-in bal on thes. they have thousands of ballots that must be counted by hand os. happening today, u.s. officials are talking about raising the tuitions at each college. ktvu's tara moriarty joining us live on the berkeley campus now to tell us how much more students and their parents may expect to pay. good morning, tara. >> reporter: well, good morning. right now in-state due with at uc berkeley is about 11,000 a year. if this hike goes through, it would spike to $12,000 a year starting next year and then in the year 2019 it would go up to $15,000 a year. this morning, university of california president janet napolitano is expected to ask the university's governing board to increase tuition by 5% each year for the next five years. but napolitano says that the tuition hikes may not be necessary if the university receives more state funding than expected. we asked students here for
their reaction. >> school's definitely expensive as it is. i think it's a problem because there's not a lot transparency with students and where the money is going. we see every semester there's new construction projects going on all over the school. and students don't always see the benefits. >> reporter: others say that $12,000 is still a great deal for a top-notch education when you consider what a private college costs. the hike would come after a freeze. this will be voted on november -- november 19th and 20th. back to you. >> thank you. google will soon cover the cost of dna tests for employees battling cancer. google says the tests can be used to help develop a drug treatment based on a patient's genetic profile. the tests can cause more than $7,000. analysts say google is one of several tech companies in silicon valley to expand health
benefits in an effort to recruit new talent. 8:9. there was gunfire -- 8:09. there was gunfire outside of a starbucks. what happened outside of that coffee shop that injurerd a security guard. also coming up -- >> sat in my kitchen, in front of me and said i'm bringing your daughter home. >> making good on a promise. after the break, how authorities tracked down a bowld kidnap -- boeld kidnapper seen on this video pushing a woman off a sidewalk. traffic is moving along slowly. we have a problem in san francisco as well. and also is that haze or fog on the 680 camera? we'll let you know. a little of both probably. we do have some. higher cloud, hazy pattern. not much of a breeze. there's been pockets of fog. we'll talk about that and a cooler forecast but still kind of mild. female announcer: through tuesday at sleep train
seismologists are monitoring earthquakes in nevada. a magnitude 4.5 earthquake rocked an area in the sheldon national wildlife refuge, about 40 miles southeast of lakeview, oregon. it hit after 12:30 this this morning. it's been followed by several aftershocks. scientists say the swarm started in mid-july but has
been much more amountive in the past few days. there have been dozens of quakes including a 4.6 quake on tuesday night. experts say the swarm of earthquakes does increase the likelihood that a larger earthquake could hit in the region and is reminder of the importance of being prepared. >> wow, tori. 8:13. well, a woman seen in a shocking surveillance video being kidnapped on a philadelphia street, she's been found alive. carlesha freeland gaither was found last night outside of baltimore maryland. the alleged kidnapper, delvin barnes, he's in jail. now, police tracked him down using license plate information from that surveillance video. miss gaither has minor injuries but otherwise she's okay and her family is happy to hear the good news. >> i knew my daughter was coming home. not a doubt in my mind she wasn't coming home. >> i got the phone call and they said i got your sister. she's okay.
i said mom! >> miss gaither disappeared sunday night. you've seen this video. police say she doesn't know barnes. he's described by investigators as a very dangerous predator who faces charges in another case. back here at home, believe it or not, marin county has made a weather channel list of the worst places in the nation to own a house. the weather channel ranked marin 17th of its list of the riskiest places to own a house. that puts it just below forest county mississippi which was hit hard by hurricane katrina. the weather channel cited marin county's risk of an earthquake, floopedz and wildfires when they put together the risk. four other california counties also made the list. sisky cue, kern, santa barbara. officials say these cameras collect images from five former
lookout towers. they take four pictures every 20 seconds. that system is the first-of-its- kind in northern california. it was paid for by a $200,000 grant by pg&e. it will be used to monitor lightning strikes and also downed pg&e lines. a 890 -- a 90-year-old man and two pastors were arrested in fort lauderdale for feeding the homeless. police say the men violated a new local ordinance which bans the distribution of food to homeless people in public places. arnold be aot said he's been -- an abbottabad said she's been -- arnold abbott said she's been feeding the homeless for years. >> as i served the fourth person, they said put down that plate right away. >> in 1999, abbott sued the city from banning him for feeding homeless people on the beach and won.
now he faces up to 60 days in jail and a $500 fine. i was just reading a little bit. he's a world war ii veteran, civil rights activist. he started several programs, including -- he started a culinary school where they train some of the homeless they serve to get jobs in local kitchens. he's not just feeting them but trying to help them turn around their lives. >> and people all over the internet are talking about it. >> exactly. >> we'll see what happens. 8:17. sal is saying if you are driving in san francisco stay away from van ness and the marina district? >> that's right. because lombard at van ness, there was a serious crash where a woman was hit by a golden gate transit bus. i just got off the phone with police and they told me that. this is an area that's very busy. van ness and lombard is highway 101. a lot of people use that. they've taken the injured person to the hospital. they are still doing an
investigate. just got an accident in marin county on panoramic county in stinson beach. it's a motorcycle accident. the authorities, fire department and police are on the way. let's move along and take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. westbound. you can see traffic is moving along very nicely. no major problems as you come through. the traffic is moving along -- it's nice for this time of the morning on the bridge. it's backed up for a 25-minute delay at the toll plaza. northbound 101, you can see it's slow and there have been no crashes. when i say it's better, i'm not saying it's good. i'm just saying it's better than yesterday. 8:18. i always have to qualify that because i see traffic and i think that's good but it's not really good. >> it's gooder. >> gooder. exactly. thank you. [laughter] we have some higher clouds up there and a little bit of fog. not a lot. there was some, though, that's going to cool down the coastal locations. i've spent half the morning answering e-mails and stuff, steve, what's going on?
well, nothing. dry weather is going on. i know what you are saying. where is the rain? i remember back in november when is used to rain around here. seriously, i do. we have some higher clouds coming over us. the rain will return. it will eventually. the higher clouds associated with just a weak system. that's not doing much. it did increase some fog on the coast. it seems to be moving around. some areas on the coast saying it's clear here. others saying we have fog. truckee warmed up fast. our lows were -- it's already 75 in l.a. they've been hot down there for this time of year. 50, 60s. livermore, 54. napa, 52. a couple of days ago, they were 39. didn't take long to warm up. even gilroy and morgan him warming up. some of the higher elevations in the 60s and even fremont is at 58. any breeze, but not much. offshore fairfield.
southeast concord. east at oakland airport. south at novato. but jen. ly less than 5, 10 miles han hour. water temps are still holding in the 60s for most. beaubd buoy -- bodega bay buoy, 59. it's a warm pattern. no rain forecast for the middle of the month. one forecast model is leaning around the 14th or 15th. i think is went 2 inches in santa rosa to .02. high clouds today, minor cooling. mainly coast and bay. that's a dry pattern. maybe all the way into the middle of the month. remain optimistic. things might change. until then, there will be an unseasonably cold system dropping into the great lakes. i mean, amazingly cold. this is the rainfall projection. even up to eureka. there might be a little bit of rain up there. that's through saturday at 6:00. that's the best we can do. high clouds, patchy fog. coast and bay. but not a lot. it looks like it was there around 7:00 and 8:00. now it's disappearing.
sonoma at 73. novato is in there. santa rosa, 74. st. helena, name, vallejo, everybody is close here. same for alameda all the way out to brentwood, oakley and livermore. 71 to 76. gilroy, 80. that's down 4 from yesterday. 75 santa clara. cupertino is in there as well. 74 menlo park. 73 san mateo. 65 daly city. that's down 6 from yesterday's 71 just due to a little bit of fog. a little cooler on friday. and sunshine and warmer temperatures. >> thank you. 8:21. it was a historic event that marked the ernd of the cold car -- end of the cold war. what happened 25 years ago and how it's being remembered. but first a scam alert involving someone claiming to be from pg&e. after the break, how one man avoided being targeted and what you need to know to protect yourself. 22 bucks! these guys should've gone to my place, cuz right now, i have
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a hayward gas station owner become became the victim of a scam. he got the call yesterday. they said unless he paid his pg&e bill immediately, power at his business would be shut off. the caller told him to buy $1,366.09 in green dot prepaid cash cards. well, the map took the call seriously since that was the exact amount he paid online for
his last bill. but then, he had second thoughts. >> before i do that, i call pg&e. >> he thinks there's a security breach somewhere since this is the first time he's paid his pg&e online. pg&e says it would never shut off power without several written warnings and if you get a similar threatening call, hang up and report it to pg&e. pg&e executive who was fired in the recent e-mail scandal, he left pg&e with a package of perks valued at more than $3 million. the bay area news group reports that thomas btooerol, the former vice president, received a hefty severance package. he was fired for improper e- mail contacts with key figures on the public utilities commission, the state agency that regulates pg&e. people who get their water
from the east bay municipal utility district could get hit with a rate hike. the utility says there's a 36% chance drought conditions will continue next year. that could trigger the need to get water from the sacramento river. the utility says that move would automatically require a 14% rate increase. some customers say they are already cutting water usage and the biggest water users should be the ones paying rate hikes. >> i live in a cooperative housing situation. it's 57 people distributed across three houses. we work really hard to conserve water and energy, it's part of the reason we're all working together. >> east bay m.u.d. says it's working out exactly how this will penalize people who use too much water. 8:26. new developments in a berkeley homicide investigation. what the police are doing in connection with a deadly shooting that happened near the
berkeley marina. plus -- a security guard, shot outside of a starbucks in antioch. what led up to the shots being fired injuring a security guard. good morning. we're still looking at slow traffic out there, and some commutes have become a little better. northbound 101, for example, looks good. we will tell you more about the commute. pretty quiet pattern here. it will be cooler than yesterday especially along the coast. higher clouds, patchy fog. we will see what's in store for the next couple of days.
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starbucks. this one here. coming up in two minutes what the guard just said about why shots were fired near an antioch shopping center. quite a story. ktvu's alex savidge is out there. welcome back. i'm dave clark. let's talk your weather and traffic. steve has the forecast. well, dash. >> it's nice. i stepped outside. it's on the nice sides. fog looks like it's getting chewed up fast. we had some coastal fog. pockets of it mainly around the 7:00 hour. it looks like most of it might be hanging on. the higher clouds will wash out and there won't be much left. a cool cooldown as the cloud ban drifts south and east. 50s on the temps to 60s. sfo at 60. 61 hayward. there's some areas out of the gate quick. menlo park out of the 40s in the 50s. foster city is 59.
san mateo, 57. looks like more mild, warm day. not much of a breeze. hayward has an yoch shore at 3 miles an hour the breeze is not a factor. we'll get slightly cooler air in here and bump it right back up for the weekend. 70s on many of the temperatures. it will be another mild to warm day. sal's with us now. an update on the traffic. i haven't heard anything too change here but any news now, sal? >> well, we do have news. some of is bad p now, the traffic in general is a little better than yesterday. but we have sad news out of san francisco now. i want to take the map if i can first, fem -- fem -- fem fell lows in the control room. the woman hit this morning at 6:15, a jog erg running in the area that was hit by a --
jogger running in the area that was hit by a -- it's golden gate tran sent bus near lombard an van ness. she has die. the driver was a senior driver and had an excellent safety record. shaken up. on the scene. police are doing an investigation. it's a good area for you to avoid. let's continue with the regular lineup. 280 in san jose is moderate. better than yesterday. it looks much better out of downtown san jose. if you are driving on the peninsula, 101 is slow. 101 southbound and northbound. and the san mateo bridge is pretty slow as well. 101 is slow but 280 is much better than it was yesterday. when up get to the san francisco commute, you will notice northbound 101 is slow. had an earlier problem on the low deck of the bay bridge trying to get from san francisco to oakland is unusually slow. so put that in the back of your
mind. up might want to put off the trip if you can. back to the desk. we have new developments about a story at 6:30 about police activity going on in the berkeley area. berkeley police say they served a warrant at california and harmon street. it was in connection with a homicide last week in the parking lot of sea breeze market near the berkeley marina. now, a 21-year-old man from stockton was shot and killed. police say they don't have a suspect in custody yet. they are collecting evidence as the investigation goes on. also, we're hearing this morning from a security guard in antioch, a man who was shot and wounded in a gun battling on the outside of a starbucks. alex savidge is live in antioch with what happened. >> reporter: an incredible story. just got off the phone a few minutes ago with this long-time security guard. he's doing well.
he told me he had no choice but to open fire yesterday here outside of this starbucks store to protect all of the innocent people in and around this shopping center. the guard fired at a man who he says was shooting from the street toward the store. here's a photo of 41-year-old lindsey gordon senior. he said he was hit bite a bullet that went through his arm and lodged in his back. he's now home recovering. this dangerous shootout happened about 2:00 in the afternoon near the starbucks store on a street near west 18th. gordon said he initially kicked two people off the property. those two people went off on the street and got into a dispute with a third man, that third man pulled a gun and began firing. that's when gordon said he fired once, then ducked down for cover. the gunman ran off and was later captured. gordon said he is grateful no one was seriously hurt. >> it could have about an hope lot worse -- a hope lot worse. no one at the shopping center
was injured. other than that, i feel fine. i have always prepared myself that this might happen. >> reporter: police did arrest the man who shot gordon a short distance away from the scene yesterday. he's not yet been identified. i asked gordon this morning if he thought his actions were heroic. this security guard has been doing this for 20 years. he said this is all part of the job. it's something that's in the back of his mind when he leaves the house every morning. it's something that he has to expect could happen. he's glad he went home to his family and is okay. i asked him when is he gonna go back to work, he told me probably monday. live this morning in antioch, alex savidge, ktvu channel 2 news. >> okay. thank you. 8:35. one person is being treated for serious injuries this morning after being hit by a car in san francisco's north beach district. actually, i believe sal just told us that this person has passed. the crash hatched at columbus
and -- happened at columbus and green streets. police say the driver stayed at the scene and the victim was rushed to hospital. the cause of the crash is still under investigation. a grief-stricken mother in livermore hopes someone can identify the truck driver in an accident that complained her son's life -- claimed her son's life. he gina brown and her son cody were returning home from las vegas last month. they were driving on interstate 5 near patterson when a tractor- trailer in the opposite direction broke an axle. a metal wheel rim ended up ricocheting through the canvas roof of brown's convertible. >> bam! i mean, loud. i -- i sat up thinking, you know, cody was gonna be awake and i said, what was that? and i look over and -- and his face was gone. >> the truck driver never
stopped. the chp has so far been unable to identify the driver. it's possible the driver didn't even know what happened. 8:36. south bay congressman mike honda still has a lead in the hotly-contested congress am race against ro khanna. here's the latest vote count, miken honda, the incumbent, leading 52% to 48% and he has a 3900-vote lead. the 17th congressional district covers parts of alameda and santa clara counties. but there's still tens of thousands of mail-in ballots in both counties that have to be counted. now, honda has not yet declared victory but his spokesman said it looks like the congressman will be elected to an eighth term. the challenger, fellow democrat ro khanna has not conceded. his spokesman said the election may change because so many ballots still have to be counted. mail-in ballots may determine
the race between chu and campos. chu has a 3,000-vote lead. whoever wins will replace outgoing assemblyman tom amiano. well, governor brown is talking about his next four years in office. he says he's proud he's been able to work with democrats and republicans in sacramento. >> squabbling in sacramento is not inspiring. to the extent that that i can bring republicans and democrats along, i think that would be -- that will help build public confidence. >> the governor says the rest of the nation could learn from california. he congratulated democrats and republicans here for working together to pass propositions 1 and 2. those propositions paved the way for new water storage. 8:38. if you think the holiday shopping season seems to start earlier every year. well, you are pretty much right. brian flores is live in walnut
creek to let us know when consumers can expect to find the best deals which is what a lot of stores do to try to attract the people that come in and open up their wallets. good morning, brian. >> reporter: good morning. we're here in walnut creek. we've seen a couple of stores already out with their christmas merchandise on display. san jose-based adobe, they come out with a holiday forecast, they are predicting that thanksgiving will be the best day for you to find some of those holiday deals. they are predicting the average discount to be about 24% off for merchandise on thanksgiving day. you will start to see sales, the monday before thanksgiving, though. but adobe is predicting record sales on thanksgiving day to the tune of 1.35 billion in consumer spending across the country. cyber monday, they say, will to be on the largest day. they will predicting -- they are predicting 2.6 billion. on average, consumers will
spend $48 online. >> last year, the lack of time in between thanksgiving and christmas took about $2 billion off the table for online retailers. that's about $360 million a day. so this year, they are facing a potential gap of about 1.8 billioners haves two years ago when the season was 33 days. there will continue to push us further and further upstream in terms of buying in november. before we get to thanksgiving day. >> reporter: adobe analyzes that thanksgiving will be the most mobile shopping day with 31% of online sales and purchases generated through your smartphone. that's up 21% from last year. adobe tracks some of the hottest sellers from analyzing social media trends. they say some of the hot sellers include the newest iphone, a fit bit watch, tvs, legos, video games and anything that has to do with the movie
"frozen." brian flores, ktvu channel 2 news. >> thank you. your wife is won of those people who -- one of those people who is already done with her shopping. >> months ago. should schools be offering sex education classes developed by planned parent hood? a controversial decision reached by one school in the east bay. >> reporter: and there's fallout from the elections. we're learning how poor santa clara performed when it came to posting election results from the precincts. good morning. we have a lot of slow traffic and a couple of incidents have made it worse. in the south bay, it's not as bad as it was. now the east bay is stealing the traffic spotlight with a couple of problems there. lots of sunshine today even with some higher clouds. they will thin out here. patchy fog popped up. we'll show you that for this thursday forecast. bulldog: mattress discounters veterans day sale ends tuesday.
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the overnight investigation shut down part of highway 101. university of california president janet napolitano is expected to ask the governing board to raise the tuition at the university's ten campuses. tuitions could go up by 5% every year for the next five years. that means an in-state student could pay more than $12,000 in tuition next fall and more than $15,000 by the fall of 2019. and silicon valley, known for high technology is now known for a slow election return. janine de la vega joining us live now in san jose to tell us why santa clara county was last among metropolitan areas in california and getting back the returns from tuesday's elections. janine? >> reporter: dave, there are still thousands of absentee ballots that still need to be counted here at the registrar's office. now, the ones that were turned in at the precincts weren't counted very fast.
the county registrar's office recognizes that it does have a slow process. it's because the county doesn't have a system in place where votes can be counted at the precincts. the registrar of voters says the county was slow reporting because of a low-tech problem. the precinct ballot must be driven to the registrar's office open and then the tabs need to be pulled off and they need to be counted and scanned through the automatic mated machines. only tiny mono county had a worse showing than santa clara when it came to having posted results in the state. the earliest ballot counts from the bay area were completed between 10:45 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. but santa clara didn't finish counting until 4:00 a.m. the registrar's office has not updated their system in the 2003. >> pretty sad especially because i thought santa clara was pretty efficient with a lot of those things. i thought they were one of the best which is weird to think that they took so long.
>> reporter: in san francisco, there were also technical issues that caused delayed results from being posted online. there was a 75-minute gap between the first and second updates. the election chief says high traffic from mobile devices caused problems from an off- sitar isver. the registrar said there's a limited number of strms on the market that are certified for the state and are bet waiting for better technology to come out before actually investing. reporting live from san jose, janine de la vega, ktvu channel 2 news. >> all right. thank you. 8:47. we're following developing news. the fbi just announced in the last 45 minutes that it has arrested a san francisco man for attempting to resurrect an underground drug operation. that announcement came in a tweet it says, operator of silk road, 2.0 blake bent wall hasted by fbi agents yesterday in san francisco, california.
the fib also later tweeted that -- fbi later tweeted that his site allowed thousands of drug dealers to illegally buy and sem drugs anonymously over the net -- and sell drugs anonymously over the internet. authorities say ross ulbrich ran the site from his hayes valley apartment. he was arrested an the site was -- and the ips site -- and the site was shut down last year. we'll continue toful to developing story and have more details for you on the news at noon. 8:48. as we go to sal, i just want to clarify. we did a story earlier about a person hit by a car last night in the north beach district of san francisco. that person has injured but sadly there was another person hit this morning in the city and that has person has died. sal joins us now with more on the traffic implications on that. sal? >> that's right, tori and dave.
this was at lombard and van ness in the marina district. police say a 50-year-old jogger was hit and killed by a golden gate transit bus at 6:15. we have a map of the area. it's a good area to avoid. lombard and van ness, a very busy intersection blocks away from gallilao high school. this jogger was hit taken to san francisco general hospital and died there of her injuries. police are still investigating and the driver is said to be shaken up. and is one of the most senior drivers, according to the agency, golden gate transit. let's take a look at the bay bridge toll plaza. this has been moderate. i do want to mention that westbound 24, there's a crash right near broadway. this -- in fact, i can put it up on the map for you. 24 is just a mess. so is highway 13 because of a crash, 24 right near broadway. this is making a big midwest of the lake commute through the
ton. and tunnel. monday 280 is better than it was yesterday -- northbound 280 is better than it was yesterday. here's steve. we had a very warm wednesday on the coast. it will not be as nice today. kind of hazy around. hardly any breeze. high clouds. even a little bit of patchy fog this morning. but yesterday, all systems go for warm temps. near the coast, right on it, watsonville 84. monterey, 76. san francisco was 7 a. today san francisco, i went 72. that's above average this time of year. 66 on the high side. 52 on the low side. and another 57 well above. the low has been above is seems like six months. record low 451919. 83 in 1991, the record high. the fog is getting chewed you. last 15 minutes i haven't heard much at all.
40s in the mountains. for some 30s. 50s in the valley. 75 already in l.a. a lot of 80s down there yesterday. 50s on the temps to 60 san francisco, oakland, sfo not far away for redwood city, i mean we're warming up pretty quick here. sunnyvale is already 60. los gatos, 62. that's that warm air aloft. hardly any breeze. if there's one, it seems to favor an offshore pattern. it doesn't look like it's more than three or four miles an hour. high pressure will reload on saturday and sunday. it's a warm pattern. no rain forecasted. it will be a little cooler tomorrow. i think we'll get more in the way of low crowds and fog. we'll see minor cooling as we head into friday. more sunshine and warm temperatures. some high clouds. mostly sunny here. patchy fog mainly favor erg the coast. a mix of sun and clouds. a little cooler, stinson beach. sonoma, 73. name, 74. 73 in novato. temperatures will continue to be in the 70s for many here from berkeley all the way to brentwood and livermore. 80 in gilroy.
76 morgan hill. san jose, 74. a little cooler on the coast. more 60s than the 70s. after a cooldown on friday and some fog we'll see sunshine and warmer temperatures on the weekend. kind of get used to it. i don't see anything for a while. >> fire up the barbecue. >> good time for it. >> steve has a new one. >> all right, steve. thank you. people often ask us what do tv anchors like tori campbell and steve paulson do during a commercial break? there a news anchor that really, well, he kind of lets loose off the air. we'll show you some of the highlights scene by more than a million people. female announcer: through tuesday at sleep train
happening right now, president obama is getting ready to award the medal of honor to a union army officer killed more than 150 years ago during the battle of gettysburg. it took an act of congress and years of lobbying by the first lieutenant to get the wisconsin native the recognition they thought he deserved. these are live pictures of the room where the ceremony will happen. recognition for a medal of honor usually have to be made two years within an act of heroism. the berlin wall mum reopens today, ahead of an historic
anniversary. sunday marks 25 years since the fall of the berlin wall. a historic event that signaled the end of the cold war. the museum had been closed for the past year fon an expansion project. it's now back open with recently discovered photos and videos of the wall that divided germany from 1961 to 1989. the soviet union built the wall to stop people from fleeing communist east germany. parents at one east bay high school spoke out last night about a sex ed course developed by planned parenthood. at a packed cool board meeting, some parents at the school in la fayette supported the program but others said an organization with ties to abortion should not be involved with a school curriculum. school officials say that planned parent hood has consulted on the sex ed program for the past ten years. they also say parents can opt out of the course and so far, only one student has chosen to do so this school year.
okay. video of a news anchor in west virginia dancing during a commercial break has gone viral on youtube. take a look. ♪ >> okay you can see him dancing up a storm. the video has received more than 1.5 million hits on youtube. not -- not something every anchor does. i'm banned from dancing and singing as well. >> i think he will regret that. >> either that or he will love that. >> you've been caught dancing -- >> absolutely. >> on the air, not just off the air. >> good morning. let's take a look at the commute. northbound 101 a little bit slow, but it's improved from
before as you can drive it's better. hazy skies. mild temps. it will be cooler on friday. little increase in fog and then sunshine and warm temps on the weekend. that co-anchor did not look amused. >> no. [laughter] >> that's our report for this morning. >> be sure to watch cute news at noon for more on the pe -- for more on the tuition hikes. one hundred seventy-two dollars for a chemistry book, what is it, made of gold? just use citi popmoney. boom. ah, she's feeling lucky. hey sweetie...cancun, yeah no, you'll be spending spring break with your new chemistry book.
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